Daily Archive: July 10, 2016

ISIS Terrorists Down Mi-25 Chopper by US-Made Missile near Palmyra

CIA’s Jordan partnership with Saudi Arabia has wiped out Obama’s “New Syrian Army” as well. The Russian Defense Ministry announced in a statement that the ISIL terrorist group has shot down a Russian-made military helicopter near the ancient city of Palmyra (Tadmur) by an American TOW anti-tank missile. “The helicopter was attacking ISIL’s defense lines when it was taken down,...

Israel’s New Open-Fire Rule Authorizes Extra-Judicial Execution of Palestinian Youths

Israeli police regulations, previously kept classified, permit preemptive and fatal recourse against suspected stone-throwers. Israeli police are officially permitted to use deadly force against stone-throwing Palestinian teenagers, according to updated regulations made public on Tuesday by an Israel-based human rights organization. The new open-fire regulations, revealed by Adalah, a rights organization and legal center that defends Palestinians living in Israel...

NATO missile defense goes live in Europe, isolating Russia not the goal – Stoltenberg

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced that the alliance’s ballistic missile defense system in Europe is now operational. The system includes warships, long-range missile defense interceptors and radars placed across the territory controlled by the allied forces. “Today we have decided to declare initial operational capability of the NATO ballistic missile defense system. This means that the US ships based...

Russia expels 2 U.S. diplomats in fallout over bizarre embassy fracas

Russia expelled two U.S. diplomats in retaliation for a similar move against two Russian diplomats stemming from a bizarre fracas last month between a U.S. diplomat and a Russian guard at the entrance to the U.S. embassy compound in Moscow.The Russian foreign ministry, citing Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov, said in a statement Saturday that one of the expelled U.S. diplomats was involved in the embassy confrontation June 6. Another diplomat was “also a CIA operative,” Ryabkov...

This is how the CIA’s first captive after 9/11 described his years of torture

In the evening, while he was held captive at a secret CIA black site in Thailand, the high-value detainee Zayn al-Ibidin Muhammed Husayn said his interrogators would torture him by confining him to a large, six-foot-tall black wooden box in “extremely uncomfortably positions.” Other times, they would force him to spend hours in a small “dog box.” The detainee, better...